Students win BHC scholarship essay contest

Congratulations to Quad-Cities Campus students James Garlock of Silvis and Maureen Roland of Moline, first and second place winners in Black Hawk College’s 2014 Thomas Batell Scholarship Essay Contest.

Student essays had to address the contest theme, “How My Community College Has Changed My Life.”

Garlock received $200 for his first-place essay. Roland received $100 for her second-place essay.

Garlock’s essay also becomes the college’s entry into the Illinois Community College Trustees Association’s 2015 Paul Simon Student Essay Contest. The ICCTA contest provides a $500 scholarship to the student who best describes “How My Community College Has Changed My Life.”


Last updated 12/18/2014